Water lily nail art with multi-chrome base

Thursday, August 7, 2014

I know, I know... It's another floral nail art look. While I don't lean toward floral prints in my day-to-day life, I do love floral themed nail art. And when you have water lilies over a multichrome polish? Well, it's just mesmerizing.

Water Lily Nail Art
Water Lily Nail Art
For this water lily nail art, I used Girly Bits Wave the Sails multi-chrome polish for a base color. I love this Indie polish. Her colors and finishes never cease to amaze me. Girly Bits is made in Canada and if you haven't tried it, I am not sure what you are waiting for...

I added a few splotches (yes, it's a technical term) of Girly Bits Dash Away All for some extra dimension under the water lilies. It is an amazing linear holographic shade of taupe. It's great to wear on its own, or as an accent. 

Water Lily Nail Art
Water Lily Nail Art
Then I used acrylic paint to create the water lilies. I use acrylic paint a lot in my nail art. It's easy to use, can be easily thinned, it's inexpensive and is readily available. And it can be easily "erased" if you find you make a mistake. 

I love the soft and delicate look of the water lilies, and yet the base color makes it dramatic and eye catching.  

Water Lily Nail Art
Water Lily Nail Art
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These polishes were previously sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


  1. Your artwork is amazing! This is stunning!

  2. OMG I cannot ever pull that off! it's sooo gorgeous!

    Small question - have you tried Vain Pursuits? It's kinda like Julep nail polish

    1. Thank you! No, I have never tried that brand before.


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